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g'day from sunny australia

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hi there I'm building/renovating seriously an old butchers shop  to create a modern* restaurant in my town 200ks from Sydney and 100ks from Canberra

i have a 6 year old daughter and so will not open on Sundays ,and there's no point opening on Mondays, we're only a 28,000 town so I'll only open Thursday Friday Saturday nights, we open in about 4 -5 months and besides my bread recipe an appetizer and quite a few desserts i haven't done much re the menu but 28 years on the tools ,I'm not too stressed 

I'm a team player and hope i can help others and always listen , so I'm just sayin' hi and i hope i can be an active participant here and sorry if i get annoying with too many questions ,i have been reading here for quite a while so i thought it best to join

cheers

Steve


Edited by Steve Walker - 6/18/12 at 7:01am
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 Cheers Steve,

 

Glad you have been reading and glad that you decided to join. Sounds like you have "the plan" all worked out.

 

Look forward to your input, I can see that you have already started posting.

We have a few members from Australia.

 

Enjoy the site,

 

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Best of luck with the new venture Steve.

 

Dave

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